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Webster University Film Series

Webster University Film Series Presents MADE IN INDIA TIME BANDITS CODE BLACK THE FRESHMAN               MADE IN INDIA will screen Tuesday, September 2 at 7:00PM. TIME BANDITS will screen Wednesday, September 3 at 8:00PM. CODE BLACK will screen Thursday, September 4, Saturday, September 6, and Sunday, September 7 at […]

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The Rep Presents A Taste of The Rep with Food Trucks, Live Music and More Aug. 21

ST. LOUIS, MO – The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (The Rep) and The Rep’s A-Team invite patrons to a special season kick-off with great food, lively entertainment and opportunities to explore the season, make subscription and single ticket purchases and register to win special prizes. A Taste of The Rep will take place outside on the […]

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Max & Louie Productions presents Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Dough Wright

ST. LOUIS, MO. – Max & Louie Productions presents Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Dough Wright, leading a post show talkback of his provocative Obie award winning play Quills. Jeffery Mittman, Executive Director of he ACLU of Missouri will be moderating the conversation that will also include the director and actors. The talkback will take place Friday, […]

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Webster University Film Series Presents North Star: Mark di Suvero and Evergreen: The Road to Legalization

  ST. LOUIS, MO – Webster University Film Series will debut two new films at the end of July: North Star: Mark di Suvero and Evergreen: The Road to Legalization. North Star is an illuminating portrait of Mark di Suvero, one of the most important sculptors of the 20th century renowned for his formal orchestration […]

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50 Things to do with Kids in St. Louis

I have a unique perspective of St. Louis. I was raised in a small town in southern Missouri, where “ain’t” is in fact a word and the local Wal-Mart was the hangout spot due to the lack of attractions in the town. Because of being raised in a small town, I see St. Louis as […]

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2014 Theater Circle Awards: A Success!

  A sea of green engulfed the lobby of the Center of Creative Art’s (COCA) Emerson Theater last night for the 2nd Annual St. Louis Theater Circle Awards. St. Patrick’s Day was put on the backburner as more than 300 actors, actresses, friends and family celebrated local theater and the people in it. The Higher […]

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REVIEW: ‘Asperger’s: A High Functioning Musical’ at the St. Lou Fringe Festival

Presented By: Highly Distracted Productions Written By: Erica Kenney The show that was arguably the most-anticipated performance of St. Lou Fringe 2013 lived up to its hype and had Fringe fanatics buzzing around midtown all weekend. Highly Distracted Productions’ “Asperger’s: A High Functioning Musical” made its debut at Kranzberg Black Box on Friday, and quickly […]

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Things to do in the Lou: February 1-3

As always, there are exciting events taking place throughout all of St. Louis’ neighborhoods (shout out to MOBOT and the Annual Orchid Show Opening), but Grand Center is where it is at this weekend. Whether you are interested in music, art or theater, you can find it in the heart of midtown St. Louis this […]

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10 Things to do in the Lou this Weekend: January 25-27

Here are 10 things to do this weekend in St. Louis’ art and culture world. Enjoy! 1. Lamar Harris with Dawn Weber Performance Dates: Friday (January 25), 7:30pm & 9:30pm Saturday (January 26), 7:30pm & 9:30pm Jazz at the Bistro Images via thesheldon.org Common. Musiq Soulchild. Earth Wind and Fire. If you’ve heard of these […]

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5 Things To Do In The Lou This Weekend

We’ve officially made it through the first full work week of 2013! If you had as busy of a week as I did, you’re ready to relax and enjoy the weekend. The forecast doesn’t look pretty, but there are still many exciting events going on in our city’s arts community. I hope you get a […]

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This Weekend: Things to do in the Lou

Although it only feels like Wednesday, the weekend is here! The holiday chaos is behind us and we now have time to explore our great city when the work week ends. Here are three things to do in the Lou this weekend: 1. First Friday in Grand Center When this work day comes to a […]

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Best of HEC-TV 2012: State of the Arts

HEC-TV’s Emmy Award winning show State of the Arts (SOTA)  is St. Louis’ only program devoted to the region’s vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers, and performers who call St. Louis home. Since I have only been at HEC for a few months, I asked the incredibly talented SOTA producer […]

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Sneak Peek: Impact January 2013

HEC-TV takes pride in creating high-quality programs with thought-provoking elements and the upcoming episode of Impact is no exception! The stories our producers have been working on for the program feature people and organizations that truly make a difference in the St. Louis community. The show airs in January and for the next few weeks I am […]

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Two on the Aisle Celebrates its 50th Episode

Hi There, It’s no secret that St. Louis has a vibrant theater and performing arts environment.  More than 40 professional companies in the metro area have offered theater lovers a wide variety of musical, comedic, seasonal, even outdoor performances for more than 100 years. Bob Wilcox and Gerry Kowarsky are two of St. Louis’ most […]

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